CLAIRE MCCARTHY: Shifting the fundamental ownership dynamic in our economy is a prerequisite to achieving an economy in which technology is a friend not an enemy of the worker.
AMY HORTON: Labour’s plans for a National Care Service will require not just a reversal of austerity, but also the unwinding of decades of financialisation.
NORMAN PICKAVANCE: Artificial intelligence and robotics will impact work in different ways and each will require a different strategic policy response.
In a speech at the Community conference in Liverpool today, Yvette Cooper MP will present the emerging findings of the Commission on Workers and Technology.
CARYS ROBERTS: There are ways to ensure we create an automated future that narrows – rather than widens – gender inequalities.
Trade unions need to better represent the UK’s 4 million self-employed workers, according to a new report by the Fabian Society.